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in just a minute. >> amazing home. to me thank goodness. >> a dancer from haiti comes to baltimore rebuilding and creating a better future back at home. >> and remodeled your different, just had to have stainless steel but is it out of style if what appliance makers going to next. the news starts right now. >> we start tonight with at amazing game from our baltimore orioles. they are doing a lot of work tonight and it couldn't be at a better time. the playoffs are the line. cheryl connor is live at the ballpark. beating boston at home under pressure the fans had to love that it. >> reporter: yeah. they did. i tell you it was fireworks night out here at camden yard. nothing was louder than the fans in the stand when's the grant slam hit in the first inning. they get another win. 9-1 against the red sox and this winning season may be bet told by the youngest fans. a man dancing, sure that makes sense. it's september 28th and the orioles are still winning. >> just amazing. i mean -- i have never been able to experience it. >> reporter: he wasn't even born before the orioles had the
the country by surprise and baltimore by storm. >> it's huge. i mean, we drove up from raleigh for this. we've been talking about it for weeks. yeah, it's cool. >> it's been 15 years since orioles park hosted a meaningful final home stand for the home team, and fans are soaking it up. >> every time i come, i wear this. >> i cannot explain to you, because we can't afford ravens tickets but we still root for them. but we can afford orioles tickets. we are ready. we are excited. this is our time. >> it's been appreciation weekend and nine lucky fan weres randomly chosen to stand with the orioles during the national anthem. cornelius woodson iii stood with adam jones and brooks barns with manny machado. >> it makes you appreciate it all that much more now that it's happening this much more later. you enjoy every moment of it. >> the mayor presented jones with the key to the city for his work with kids in the community. a community she says is thankful in many ways for the o's sudden success. >> when i talked to them, i say we're happy that you're winning. what you're doing, you're creating jobs
runners in baltimore may be generrting millions in revenue....buu are thee accurate? &paccurate? this week, the mayor convened a task force the cameras have long been the targee of ccmpllints and ttey haven't been without mistakes. so now, the task force is charged with reviewing the findinns by the first of next year. ((:43:31) "we wanna make sure the business proceduress are right. we wanna make suue they'reebeing effetive in reduccng speed. but at the end of the day, as long as people are going 50-percent over the sseed limit in a 25-mile zone....we're not going to apologize forrusing this ttoo until people slow dow" ddwn." half of those servinn on the ciiys 8-member task force are employed y the city. 3 phree people hurt ttnight after a rrpid string oo baltimore.police were called to three crime scenes within about 6;30. two victims were hit along carroll street and anotter on nanticoke street. one of the viccims reportedly ran to west cross street nd washington boulevarr. none of the injuries is believed to be life threatening. two wo
>> buckle up, indeed. and the baltimore fans on an incredible ride with the postseason to start one week tonight. our reporter has more on the excitement. but let's begin with gilbert. he's live at oriole park in camden yards. pete, huge win tonight? >> absolutely. the orioles entered the red sox bid and spoiled their fun as their historic collapse was completed by the orioles. now this year a chance for the red sox to turn the tables here a three-game series as they turn the spoiler. tonight, they did not. a crowd of more than 33,000 on hand. season total more than two million for the first time since 2007. the fireworks got underway. ryan familiarity, grand slam, the first of his career. -- florida herty grand slam, the first of his career. >> he drives in five. the orioles a big win. they get their 90th win of the season 90-67. the orioles remain in the top of the wild card spot. still though a chance to catch that new york yankees for that a.l. east crowd. we'll hear from some of the heroes tonight in bird land. >> we'll see you then. with five games left in the season, many ori
're broke...." broke...."hoo baltimore will be putting them under new cooler temperaturess his weekend. the day that rain might arrive in- in mm skywatch forecast. forecast.and a new twist on an amazing discovery. discovery. 5501 i think if you wouldnnt believe it would have masterpeice that showed up in 3& hello, i'm karen hello, - i'm karen parks. jeff barnd is off tooight. ii's aastory you saw first on fox reggrding puestionable phone puuchases made by the mayor's office ii bbatimore city. since innestigating. as crimeeann pertain rules were broken.... even if the law wasn't. ((pkg)) it is a blistering report that centers around the purchase of more than a half mmllion dollars of phonessand computers by the rawlings blake administration. in it.... the inspector generaa workers within the ayor's ttchnology... intentionally withheld key information from gooernment.... including council presidenntjaak young. stann-upthe details contained within thii almost 3 hundred page repprt show exactly how far certain members of the members of he show exactlyyan - how far hund
stadium in baltimore last night. the crowd was cheering for the referees. the real referees, that is, working the first game since the settlement ended the lockout by the nfl owners, which made everybody realize how important their job is. let's hope they enjoyed that moment. because about three minutes into the game after a call against the ravens, the real referees heard a more familiar sound, booing. >>> for a company flying high on the height and success of its iphone 5 launch, a rare and dramatic comedown today. apple ceo issued a public apology for the new maps application that has had users alternatively outraged and confused. among them, huey long bridge on land, and elsewhere, the tillman bridge seems to plunge into the river. and we don't know what happened to the brooklyn bridge. tonight, the message, we can hear you now. >> john, i guess it is one app, but does it say something larger about the company? >> reporter: in a way it does, apple is really good at hardware and software, making it work, but they have not been that good at internet services. mobile me didn't go so
the painting was stolen six decades ago the baltimore museum of art as a theft report from 1951 the fbi is on the case and tomorrow's auction postponed. >>> a peak of what we have outside mainly cloudy skies and quite chilly, quite a contrast from this weekend a heat watch in effect and >>> friday almost the weekend by the end of the weekend you'll wonder the change of the weather many stayed in the '60s by the end of the weekend many in the triple digits. a beautiful shot of the full moon outside. maybe you noticed it outside as well. on sunday and monday and goliath eat were under an excessive heat watch for every inland valley in the bay area from santa rosa to san jose the weather service hints it may extend through tuesday will be in the 90s and one hundreds many new record highs and the interior valleys the warmest weather this year. san jose to degrees above the record of 97 and livermore may hit 105 degrees monday. it is chilly outside now 59 at concord, 56 san jose, something has to change to go from the '50s and '60s to triple digits. high pressure where it needs to be that st
the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line." and the baltimore sun says i it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these s remeer... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote f for maryland jobs and school vote for question seven. >> we continue with a guilty verdict tonight for the director of the rest and zoo. meghan mogensen is heading to jail and will pay a fine for drowning and animal at the zoo. tonight, we heard from the woman who blew the whistle on the director, and we are live at the fairfax county courthouse with more. >> the woman says she is glad that she came forward. she had been working at the zoo four years and she says something was not right. she said she felt compelled to come forth and say something when she saw what was happening at the zoo. she found a dead wallaby. >> i saw him, and that solidified it. if that investigators say that 26-year-old meghan mogensen ground the animal, found guilty of animal cruelty. mogensen has denied the charges. the woman said speaking out was
. it turns out that it was as hot as a stolen honda had a down highway 99. the baltimore museum of art actually has a theft report from 1951 indicating that the painting was snatched well on loan from a collector. >> it is an important picture, it belonged to cdma, the painting should be wherever it is supposed to be, and we should help find out that truth. >> the fbi is now on the case, the painting was expected to fetch $75,000 at tomorrow's auction. which has now been postponed. >> it is spoor turned work of art, the beautiful game, but it does have its ugly moments, remember this french soccer player, and his infamous head butting ? this great moment in sports and should history will live on forever, in bronze ... the 16 ft. statue just went on display in paris. it is all a little odd considering this frozen moment cost france the 2006 world cup. it also cost that soccer player his career. he was ejected from that game and never played international soccer again. >> that brings us to jimmy hoffa. the 35 year mystery of where he is has been buried made and beneath a driveway in mich
." and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. >>> police in los angeles say a troubled young actor murdered his landlord before possibly taking his own life. the violent incident stunned neighbors, but some who knew johnny lewis say they are not surprised. now we're told what led up to his violent outburst. >> reporter: his character met a violent end in "sons of anarchy." yesterday police arrived at this home to find lewis's body laying in the driveway. inside, the body of his 81-year-old landlord katherine davis and the dismembered body of her cat. witnesses say he also attacked a painter next door and appeared to be under the influence of drugs. it marked the end of a downward spiral for lewis, who also appeared on "the oc" and once dated katy perry. lewis was arrested three times this year alone for charges including assault and burglary. he spent time in court-ordered rehab and was re
name and where you are from? >> my name is daniel and i'm from baltimore maryland. >> jeffrey toobin. he has a real talent for taking esoteric legal stuff from the supreme court and putting it into context that you can understand. >> is this a book you wanted to read before you came today or were you inspired to buy it after you saw him? >> i read it before as i'm today and he is a new book out that i want to take home. >> are there any other books you recommend as well? .. list back. >> i just it cannot think you all nine of the girl letting me into your lives to share this story with the world. he would don know it but public education is our most pressing public social moral compass. positions are entrenched and there is rhetoric on all sides. somehow we are at a point* frustration is that such us the rear that teachers are the villains and they're shutting down schools all over the country. as a writer i went looking in the pressure cooker of schools to raise test scores against the clock and what we're throwing away. instead i a mad passionate dedicated teachers that the
thursday night, receiving a standing ovation in baltimore for the ravens-cleveland browns game. of course they'll be on the field tomorrow. >>> well, video just released of an out-of-control police cruiser, but first emergency crews attempt a daring rescue from the sky to save an injured hiker. those are our stories tonight. a fox trip across america. georgia. that hiker enable to move after falling 25 feet into a gorge at a state park north of atlanta. a helicopter slowly lifting him out. he's, oh, so close to that rocky cliff just feet away, but they got him to the hospital. no word yet on the extent of his injuries. kentucky. squad car out of control slams into a louisville home. the whole thing caught on the patrol car's dashcam. the officer loses control after trying to go around a pickup truck. he was responding to a 9-1-1 call at the time. his injuries minor. no one inside the home was hurt. california. thousands of annoying cyclists in san francisco. it's the traditional event called critical mass. their goal, to take over the city's streets and make drivers angry enough they'll w
the proper ways of handling our national flag. carly got some tips from the experts. >> we're in baltimore, at historic fort mchenry. during the war of 1812, this is where the battle was fought that inspired francis scott key to write "the star-spangled banner," so it's the perfect place to learn about the right way to handle our flag. patrick rawle is a park ranger. but today, he's wearing a uniform from colonial times. don't let that bright-red color confuse you. >> to arms! the redcoats are coming! the redcoats are coming! >> so, could you explain your >> i am dressed as a musician in the united states corps of artillery. musicians wore red so officers could easily spot them on the field of battle. all right, guys! one quick thing! when the flag starts to pull as i'm raising it, you got to let go, okay? >> do you raise the flag every single day, even if no one's here? >> that is correct. we are mandated by law. president truman, in 1948, declared that fort mchenry should fly the flag 24/7, 365 days. >> like our country, our flag has changed a lot through the years. how long has the flag
on in the first. and the other story was chris tillman. baffled. threw a one hitter. baltimore their magic number now three after they win tonight 9-1. some bad news today for the wizards. john wall will miss the start of the season. stress injury to the patella. wall had been experiencing discomfort in the left knee. and mri in new york yesterday revealed the injury. the good news is surgery not necessary. he's expected to miss about 8 weeks. all right. coming up high school football game of the week. it was the top vote getter in our poll and it didn't disappoint. stonewall jackson and battlefield. all of that coming up next. >>> it's time for usa today high school sports presented by toyota. >> god, i love that music. what's up, everybody. stonewall jackson, confederate general known for his ground attacks. stonewall jackson high school known for their ground attacks. four games in and they've been at or near 200 yards rushing every time out. but in combat will field tonight. they know -- in come battlefield tonight. they know how to play. here comes battlefield. stonewall's desmond hopkins we
unprecedented happened on thursday night in baltimore, deb. fans actually gave a standing ovation to nfl officials. that's how bad this has gotten. monday night, of course, the botched call, changed the outcome of the seahawks-packers game in favor of seattle. that kind of led to a public outcry. this cannot stand. 17 hours of negotiations between the nfl and the officials on tuesday. finally late wednesday night, they had an agreement in principle. now finally the agreement has been formalized. the referees are back on the field and sunday's games will be fully staffed by the proper officials. >> you know, what's interesting is that one of sticking points is that nfl owners wanted the referees to become full-time nfl employees. a lot of these refs hold other jobs. and that was one of the reasons that the owners were so unwilling to compromise. why? i mean, these are very dedicated, professional referees. why should that technically be an issue? >> this is one of the things that gave the referees a really strong position in the bargaining. take the most famous referee, ed hochuli. he wor
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have been stolen decades ago a collector who once owned the painting alone did to the baltimore museum of art in 1937, the museum say that they never had the panting but documents show that someone stole the landscape painting in 1951. the person who currently owns the painting has held off on selling it until they can solve the mystery. highlights from day one of the ryder cup at madedinah. which can produce the monday night match up next in sports. you look a little lost. yeah, i'm looking to save, but i'm not sure which policy is right for me. you should try our coverage checker. it helps you see if you have too much coverage or not enough, making it easier to get what you need. [ beeping ] these are great! [ beeping ] how are you, um, how are you doing? i'm going to keep looking over here. probably a good idea. ken: what's a good idea? nothing. with coverage checker, it's easy to find your perfect policy. visit progressive.com today. >> with hotwire's low prices i can afford to visit chicago for my first big race and l.a. for my best friend's wedding. because when hot
around the country about the abuse of these. one station in baltimore found a lady with three cell phones in her purse. collected 30 phones in total from the program. the video we were watching on youtube, the woman is bragging about obama phone. that is not completely fair. this is program that has been in existence for a long time. you know, between 2009 and 2008, they were already giving out phones that were not land line based. although the cost has gone up dramatically. >> right. melissa: if you look at the program was about a billion dollars in 2009. by 2011, it had expanded to $1.6 billion. so obviously more than 50% growth there in two years. why are we seeing this kind of expansion? and what would you change about this exactly? >> well, what my bill, what my bill does basically takes it back to a land line program. it gets rid of the cell phone component completely. why are we seeing this? we're seeing it partially because there are a lot more people who are, who qualify by getting disability, or other sorts of government benefits. but we're also seeing it because there's been a
,000-$100,000. the painting was made in 1969. it was lifted from the baltimore medium of art. a woman at a flea market in west virginia audit for $7. the woman wants to remain anonymous and that the painting to what auction house in virginia where it is being kept to help it if the fbi this qr this is and how it got on the museum to the market and trying to decide who gets to keep it. >> still to come, if you own a home in a sinful or san jose, you may want to consider selling. here is a live look outside the golden gate bridge. stills of did. we will be right back. >> here is a good look outside at the san mateo bridge clear it will be shut down a couple of times next month for some seismic retrofitting. we will keep you updated on that. in the meantime a lot of fog out there. >>robin: a lot of dense fog at the san mateo bridge. here is a live look just above the fog. it is dense and extensive. it is affecting visibility at sfo. the lease or an hour. this status 101 near the north bay, the great highway, all the wit to the livermore valley visibility is reduced. drive carefully using your headlights in we
night. the real refs got a standing ovation before thursday night's browns/ravens game in baltimore. here is what makes that scene hilarious. ask any sports fan, player or coach, the least popular man or woman on the field is the one holding the wlislhistle. people hate referees. that is partly as a function. despite the striped uniforms, they are meant to be invisible. we only notice them when they mess up or as it seems when they are gone and not there doing their jobs as professionals. allow me a metaphor of my own. to me, this is part of the labor image we all need to see in america as a whole. these individual maligned individuals at the bottom of the pay scale and the bottom of the status scale within the game of football are the key to its fairness and legitimacy. people will still watch the nfl and deal with and live in america even if it manages to crush unions. the lesson i take away is the absence of real professionals really makes a difference. thank you, 47%. now, forget the chicago teachers' strike, folks. it seems all it took for politicians to pay attention to labor
for the cbs program "60 minutes,'' and fred barnes, national political correspondent for the baltimore sun. barbara walters of abc news, who is appearing in her fourth presidential debate, is our moderator. barbara. >> thank you, dorothy. a few words as we begin tonight's debate about the format. the position of the candidates -- that is, who answers questions first and who gives the last statement -- was determined by a toss of a coin between the two candidates. mr. mondale won, and that means that he chose to give the final closing statement. it means, too, that the president will answer the first question first. i hope that's clear. if it isn't, it will become clear as the debate goes on. further, the candidates will be addressed as they each wanted and will, therefore, be called "mr. president'' and "mr. mondale.'' since there will also be a second debate between the two presidential candidates, tonight will focus primarily on the economy and other domestic issues. the debate, itself, is built around questions from the panel. in each of its segments, a reporter will ask the candidates
. baltimore book fest. tomorrow, richmond, virginia, at noon. and then in the evening i'll speak in norfolk. then on monday night, we'll be at virginia tech, which is very interesting, going back to the scene of the massacre. i'll be speaking there, you know, 32 people were killed there. and colin goddard is coming with us. he was one of those victims. he was shot four times. i'm also looking forward to interviewing a professor there. and then we're on to colorado for the big debate. we're going to be doing something interesting. we're both speaking on the silent majority election 2012 tour, but also we do this daily, radio and television broadcast that airs on over 1,100 stations, so we have to do the broadcast wherever we are. and being on the scene has been remarkable. i'll give you one example. we, last week, were in freeport, illinois, and got a truck, and we went to the stevenson fairgrounds. it was right across the street from a plant which happened to be owned by bain capital. across the street, the workers, the employees of this plant who worked there like, oh, dot turner for 4 ye
. >>> a tiny ren waw painting worth a small fortune, but the story of how it was stolen from a baltimore art museum 60 years ago, then bought for $7 at a flea market, the fbi is now on the case. still no idea who stole it or how it wound up in a flea market. and after all that is figured out, there's still yet another question. who owns it? the museum, the woman who bought it $7, or the insurance company? >>> now for another mystery, this one involving one of the most famous paintings in the world. we're talking about leonardo da vinci's mona lisa. a private swiss art foundation says she's not alone. there's another mona lisa out there. and they unveiled it on thursday. so let the debate begin. we brought in john mann, cnn international. his expertise and his piercing eye can help nail it down for us. >> you think that renoir was available? that's jump change to a mona lisa which wasn't the first mona lisa. what they're trying to convince the art world is that he didn't just paint the most famous painting of all time, the most famous woman, perhaps, of all time. he painted herb twice. he pai
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